Garden Hotel

Address: Viale Foscolo 70, Viareggio, Tuscany, 55049, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Viale Foscolo 70, Viareggio, is near Toscana Saporita Cooking School and Tuscan Tennis.
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    Travel Blogs from Viareggio

    Jazz on the Baluardo

    A travel blog entry by pwhalen on Jul 03, 2014

    8 photos

    ... the tourist centre was open. A brochure was found. 18.00 had been crossed out by hand and replaced with 21.00. Oh. None of the signs around town had been corrected. Guess the locals knew better. Cycled home, had dinner, then returned for 21.00. Definitely worth the effort. The trio were excellent. Passing cyclists and walkers also stopped to listen, the jazz enthusiasts already present. A magical evening. ...

    Floats and Faces

    A travel blog entry by werglobemasters on Mar 03, 2012

    55 photos

    ... It was a lovely town to stroll through. The town was still a little sleepy waiting for the throngs of Tuscan trotting tourists that must be arriving shortly. Our tour guide explained that the city had only been taken over by force once by Napoleon. He installed his sister there to rule. She promptly tore down the houses in front of her seat of government creating a large square that holds an annual music festival. The festival ...

    New Year...let's Go

    A travel blog entry by marymichael84 on Jan 15, 2012

    70 photos

    ... located…(or rather Mary and her great memory remembered from a conversation we'd had with Stig and Charlotte). We walked a
    while trying to find it but all we could see open, was a little café opposite the towns theatre…we continued our walk looking for anything else that might be open as well as to check where the train station was so we knew where to catch the train back to

    Honestly, it was like walking through a very pretty ghost ...

    Cinque Terre

    A travel blog entry by rachelniewiada on Jun 13, 2011

    5 comments, 10 photos

    ... rainfall, many of the paths were closed between the five cities, but we were able to take two of the paths and phew! were they ever tiring. We ended up climbing the mountain/hilly trails for two HOURS. TWO HOURS. Believe me, it probably doesn't sound that bad and if I were reading this, I would think 'Rachel, two hours is nothing. You're a wimp. Walking for two hours? Psh, my grandma could do that'. I know. I know. But it was EXHAUSTING- certainly not a walk in ...


    A travel blog entry by sabrina.mason on Sep 17, 2010

    ... We'd point them out on the big world map that hung in the classroom and she'd tell us all about what they were like! We'd try our best to remember where in the world they were and how you spelled their names. One day, we learned about the Mediterranean Sea! And for some reason...that's the one that stuck with me!! Whenever anyone asked me where I wanted to go in the world from kindergarten on...I would answer with the Mediterranean Sea! Benjamin ...